Former Cardinal Troy Glaus will make his first start of 2010 -- and only his 11th apperance at third base since 2008 -- tonight for the Braves.
Glaus, who has never been known for his glove, will replace Atlanta infielder Brooks Conrad who made three errors in game three of the Braves' playoff match-up against the Giants.
After a hot start, Glaus cooled to hit .240 with 16 homers during the regular season and earned himself a seat on the bench -- even after starting third baseman Chipper Jones tore up his knee and put himself on the shelf until 2011.
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